cheated on ACT- help!

<p>yesterday I took my first and only ACT. I had sat next to someone very smart, and I thought it would benefit me by cheating off of him. Well karma came back around to me, and I have feel ridiculously guilty about cheating. I did some research and I found out that they can tell if you cheated off of someone. I feel SO bad, the last thing I want to do is ruin his chance at a scholarship or getting into his dream school, because I was an idiot. I want to cancel my scores, but I don't know how. I know that on the SAT, you can send in a form to cancel your scores but I can't find anything like that for the ACT. someone please tell me how I can go about doing this, and please don't tell me what a terrible person I am, I'm aware of that. I just need to know how to cancel my scores. thank you!</p>

<p>Unfortunately, you cannot cancel your ACT scores.</p>

<p>The good news is that if his scores are canceled because of suspected cheating, they won't tell Colleges or his High school, so he will still be able to get any scholarships.
Worst case scenario he has to take the test again.</p>

<p>If you know who he is, maybe find him and give him the money to take it again, in the case that his scores are canceled. That seems to be the only action you can take besides waiting.</p>

<p>so there is no way I'm able to call them and cancel them? or send them a letter in written form? I don't want this to be a big deal. I just want to admit that I cheated and just retake my test at a later date.</p>

<p>did you copy every single answer exactly?</p>

<p>I copied two sections of the test.</p>

<p>Unless you copied every single section exactly there's a pretty low chance that it would get reported.</p>

<p>How positive are you? I read a bunch of articles and on the ACT website, that if there are overwhelming similarities in the test answers, you'll get a letter sent to your house, and you can either cancel your scores or retake the test and if you get within 3 points of your original score, you can keep the original score.</p>

<p>There's probably a 10-20% chance that would happen to you..</p>

<p>I sure hope not, and if it does, I'll just cancel my score. I just hope the person I copied off of isn't punished for this. That's the only thing I'm worried about.</p>

<p>Any news on what happened?</p>

<p>How did you even manage to cheat? That seems like it be really hard, my proctor walks diligently around the room throughout the test.</p>

<p>not necessarily talking aboout you, but these cheaters won't gain anything from cheating. They will just get screwed on thr next level</p>